Pease Auditorium

Location

494 College Pl
Ypsilanti
,
MI
48197
,
US

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Past Events

Tuesday
Jan
21
2020
Tuesday, January 21, 2020 from 7-9pm
7-9pm
Venue:
@
Pease Auditorium
Eastern Michigan University will host the USAF Band of Mid-America’s Shades of Blue jazz ensemble at Pease Auditorium on Jan 21, 2020 at 7:30 p.m. for a concert. The performance is free, family-friendly and open-to-the-public. For more information on the event, contact Donald J. Babcock at dbabcock@emich.edu or 734.487.6842.
Saturday
Jan
18
2020
Saturday, January 18, 2020 from 3:30-6pm
3:30-6pm
Venue:
@
Pease Auditorium
Eastern Michigan University is continuing its week-long Martin Luther King, Jr. celebration with its highly anticipated Gospel Fest on Saturday, January 18 from 4 to 6 p.m. at Pease Auditorium, located at 494 College PI in Ypsilanti. Doors for the event open at 3:30 p.m. The second Martin Luther King Jr. Gospel Fest is a multi-generational program providing space for performing ministries and choirs to honor Dr. King’s spiritual foundation. This multi-generational program is a space for performing ministries and choirs to honor Dr. King’s spiritual foundation. The program is free to the public and will serve as the host to several EMU gospel singers and groups, local high schools and community faith-based ministries and choirs. Performing Individuals, Groups and Ministries • Ypsilanti Community High School Choir - Musical Selection • CES - Spoken Word • Reach Church Praise Team - Musical Selections • Pastor Kevin Sanders - Spoken Word • Michigan Mass Gospel Choir - Musical Selections • Dancers of David - Dance Selection • Carlos Whitlow & GP - Musical Selections • Gene Alexander - Christian Hip Hop Selection • EMU Gospel Choir - Musical Selections The full list of events and activities can be found on the celebration website. All events are hosted on EMU’s campus.
Saturday
Dec
14
2019
Saturday, December 14, 2019 from 7:30-9pm
7:30-9pm
Venue:
@
Pease Auditorium
The Eastern Michigan University Choral Program plans to brighten and celebrate the holiday season with two Candlelight Concerts, to be held at EMU Saturday, Dec. 14 and in Detroit’s Orchestra Hall on Sunday, Dec. 15. The first annual Candlelight Concerts will involve two performances, at 7:30 p.m. Dec. 14, in Pease Auditorium and at 3:30 p.m. Sunday, Dec. 15 in in Detroit’s Orchestra Hall. There will be a little something for everyone at the EMU candlelight concert. Traditional holiday carols like Ding Dong Merrily on High, In the Bleak Midwinter, and Silent Night, will be blended with new compositions from Morten Lauridsen, Eric Whitacre, F. Melius Christiansen, Hyo-won Woo, and Shawn Kirchner. Each performance will include a string quartet, dancers and poetry selections intertwined with lighting and music to create an intimate atmosphere for the holiday season. The EMU Choir recently performed at Carnegie Hall, twice in two years with international recording artist Andrea Bocelli; at the regional American Choral Directors Association conference in Chicago and at the Michigan Music Conference. December 14, 7:30 p.m. Pease Auditorium- General Admission $ 5 Students (all types) $ 15 General Admission $ 50 Full Family Cost (for immediate family)
Wednesday
Sep
11
2019
Wednesday, September 11, 2019 from 8:30-9:15am
8:30-9:15am
Venue:
@
Pease Auditorium
Eastern Michigan University will hold its annual, open-to-the-public Ceremony of Remembrance Wednesday, September 11 at 8:30 a.m. at Eastern Michigan University's 9/11 Memorial (located behind Pease Auditorium, at the corner of East Cross Street and Perrin Street) in memory of those lost and the first responders. The public is invited to attend. The ceremony will include the National Anthem, a moment of silence, taps, a prayer and words of perspective, as well as a chance to explore the memorial, which features a large steel beam from the South Tower of the World Trade Center. The 14-foot steel support beam weighs about 6,800 pounds, and is pockmarked with dents made from molten metal falling on the beam. Written on the side is "south," which is presumed to mean the South Tower, the second one hit but the first to collapse. The number "74" inscribed appears to mean the 74th floor, just several floors from the 78th floor, where the second plane crashed into the tower. A side on one end of the beam is simply sheared off, testimony to the overwhelming forces at play in the collapse of the tower. The Pease site, situated in the low-lying, southeast corner of campus and partially shielded by trees and tucked into a hill, offers an ideal venue for experiencing the memorial in a setting that can offer quiet and individual reflection.